Renovations and extensions to Walhalla's oldest commercial building have been halted by a decision of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
With a desire to do something to help people living with epilepsy, Chairo Christian School Traralgon student Sophie used some initiative and organised a Genes for Jeans fundraiser at her school.
Member for Eastern Victoria Harriet Shing has reiterated her support for Lifeline and says she is in contact with state ministers about funding and resources for the organisation.
While receiving back-to-back awards at the Caravan Trade and Industries Association of Victoria may seem like a personal victory, Traralgon business Ian Grant's Caravans owner Ian Grant is convinced it is a win for the Latrobe Valley.
Traralgon resident Coby Mayne isn't an expert in farming or how to assist farmers struggling with the impacts of drought, but she can bake.
Member for Morwell Russell Northe believes there may be some positive movement in a long-running saga over an abandoned United Petroleum service station in Churchill.
The Victorian Coalition is standing its ground on a statewide moratorium on coal seam gas, despite the federal government's support of fracking.
At 104 years of age, Eric Rowley still remembers how hard he worked as a farmer on his 73 hectare property in Hazelwood South where he and wife Dorothy raised their three children.
Gippsland Multicultural Services' latest pop-up restaurant will feature Morwell's emerging Karen community who will serve authentic Burmese cuisine.
The Gippsland Multicultural Services launched its new look last week to rebrand itself after more than 30 years as the region's peak migrant body.
A Mirboo North chef with a knack for networking has been named a small business champion, as part of this year's Victorian Small Business Festival.
Gippsland Homelessness Network has met with a number of local politicians ahead of Homelessness Week this week to discuss what can be done to assist community members who are, and are at risk of, homelessness.